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Bug#268817: marked as done (TZ configuration should not assume HWclock is set correctly)

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Subject: Question about using GMT clock in base-config is confusing
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Package: base-config
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The time found on the hardware is displayed above the question:
The hardware clock says the time is now <day> <month> <time>
  And the question is:
Is the hardware clock set to GMT?

This question is ok if the hardware clock is set to either local time=20
or GMT. But if it is completly wrong, people will answere <No> even=20
though they want to set the hardware clock to GMT and not local time.

The question should be more like:
Do you want the hardware clock to be set to GMT?

And then give the opportunity to change the clock.


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This is fixed in the standalone tzsetup udeb.

see shy jo

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